Lancaster City (@3.8) vs Spennymoor Town (@1.72)
22-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Spennymoor Town will win

Lancaster City – Spennymoor Town Match Prediction | 22-09-2019 10:00

Previous MeetingThis will be the first time that Morpeth Town and Lancaster City have squared off. With the newly promoted Morpeth looking to make their mark on the league and City looking to push on from a campaign which saw them finish 12th it will be interesting to see which team takes the initiative and seizes the chance to gain a first ever victory over the other team.

Then as above. At the top of the one-way system, just past Kwik Fit, stay in the right hand lane to loop over move on to the North bound one-way system. From the North, exit the M6 at junction 34 and continue towards Lancaster. Head in to the city centre, moving in to the right hand lane. Turn left at Waterstones bookshop. Move across in to the left hand lane.

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The experienced midfielder has been the main asset for City this season. The left-back has been playing incredible too, managing to get 1 goal and 2 assists so far this season, an impressive return from the defender. Alongside Norris is the equally impressive Jack Armer. Ones to WatchFor City, there is only one man to credit after the month he has had. The City Player of the Month, David Norris, has been in incredible form, scoring 7 goals already this season. Norris has been a key playmaker whilst also getting in on the goalscoring act too, showing his quality and class each week for the Dolly Blues.

One thing was for sure, they didnt struggle to hit the back of the net, scoring 18 goals during their pre-season. Recent FormMorpeth ended last season as the champions of the Northern East league. However, they endured some ups and downs in pre-season playing six games, winning three and losing three. With an opening day win Morpeth got their season underway in the right fashion.

Henderson will be looking to open his account for the season against City, having grabbed an assist on the opening day victory over Warrington. Henderson has been the top scorer for the highway men for the two of the three previous campaigns and will be looking to grab hold of the leagues golden boot this season. One to WatchThe one to watch for the newly promoted Morpeth Town is robust center forward Liam Henderson.

MATCH PREVIEW: Morpeth Town Vs. City

The main star in the Spennymoor squad is another veteran midfielder, so it will be a battle in the middle on Saturday. Johnson is an experienced player who arguably runs the show for Spennymoor, but will he be able to get past Citys own experienced midfielder in David Norris? For the visiotrs, the problem areas are the forwards. Andrew Johnson has scored 4 goals for Spennymoor so far this season. Adam Boyes and, in-particular, James Roberts have both got 2 goals in their last 3 games. The 23-year-old Roberts is a youth product of Wycombe Wanderers and has also played at Oxford United, Chester and Barnet.

Only four senior players were selected; Joe Atkinson, Nathan Buddle, Jake Hibbs and Gavin Cogdon, with the majority of the side being made up of Under 18 players. Tuesday saw us face Darlington Town in the Durham Challenge Cup, and it was a chance for some of our young players in the academy to get a taste of first team experience. Its been a week dominated by cup football, providing a welcome break after a hectic start to the league season.

The visitors were packed with physically strong and tough players and took a two goal lead into the break, but a spirited second half display saw Blayne Hall pull one back four minutes after the interval. The Brewery Field hosted its second cup fixture of the week just 48 hours later when Moors younger generation were in FA Youth Cup action against Morpeth Town. A late goal finished any hopes of a comeback, but the side gained plaudits against tough opposition.

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These areas and roads do not require a permit to park. Match day parking is available in the ground and, in dry conditions, on the playing field adjacent to the ground free of charge to all supporters. If the car park is full, exit the ground to the right to search for a spot in the near-by housing areas and roads.

Approaching from the South, Exit the M6 at junction 33 and follow the A6 in to the centre of Lancaster. On entering the one-way system stay in the left hand lane and turn left at Waterstones bookshop. Follow this road round a left hand bend, down the hill and Giant Axe is on the right hand side (about 100 yards). Continue along this road until you pass the railway station on the right, continue over the railway bridge then turn 1st right.

We had some good games against National League North opposition last season in the FA Trophy.We competed well against Guiseley over two games and won and I thought we played very well against Blyth.Were in a better position now than we were back then. Speaking to the Lancaster Guardian, Fell said: Its a great draw for us.